April 18

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Eggless Rosette Butter Cookies

By Sonia Gupta

April 18, 2021

easy, Eggless, Quick Recipes, Sweet

The food is most often the same. But a little twist and the presentation does the trick and the food becomes inviting.

Agree?

We call it a makeover.

Let me give you an example. Take Ladi pav and deep-fried vada and make a vada pav. Otherwise, you could makeover the regular vada pav into a baked Vada pav.

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That’s exactly what I am going to do in this Rosette Butter Cookies. To find more such recipes check my top 10 homemade cookies recipes.

Butter cookies are quite famous and I am sure many of you would have already tasted those melt-in-mouth cookies. Today’s recipe is quite similar but with a twist in its shape. Rather than shaping the cookies into a regular square or circle, I have shaped these like beautiful roses.

Little effort, but as we say – No Pain, No Gain.

The best thing about these rosette butter cookies is that they require only a few basic ingredients which are mostly available in our kitchen.

This recipe does not need any leavening agent and that means no Baking powder and no Baking soda.

Can we call it a Kids friendly recipe? Of course yes!

Are these cookies safe for toddlers? Of Course Yes!

rosette butter cookies inbetween image

Eggless Rosette Butter Cookies

These Rosette Butter Cookies are:

  • Not like regular butter cookies
  • Flavorful with Golden Butter flavor
  • Super buttery and soft
  • Crisp on the edges
  • Piped in the shape of small roses
  • A quick and easy yet no-fail recipe
  • Completely Egg-free
  • Without baking powder and Baking soda

I feel all these reasons are enough to encourage you to try this recipe.

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But if you are like me who like to read step-by-step process then continue reading.

So without wasting time, let’s get started.

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Quick Notes

Tin Size

Oven Temp

160 °C

Baking Time

15 min

MW Convection Temp

160 °C

Baking Time

15 min

Demold Instructions

10 min

Cooling Time

15 min

PS: Use conversion table to switch recipe between grams and cups

Rosette Butter Cookies Recipe

In a bowl take 120 gm salted butter. The butter should be soft but not melted. Soft butter will make the process easy as it is easy to whisk it. Start whisking the butter using a hand whisker or an electric whisker.

Add 1 tbsp fresh cream to the butter. Continue to whisk until it’s light and fluffy. The cream will add the the richness but it’s optional. So you can skip it as well.

rosette butter cookies wet ingredients

Now add 100 gm powdered sugar and mix it into the butter. Whisking the butter to make it light and fluffy will help to make the cookies crunchy. Try to use powdered sugar for the cookies because this will fasten the process and the dough will not have any sugar granules.

Add ½ tsp Golden Butter flavor. In case you don’t have this, feel free to use French Vanilla in the same amount. Because I wanted to enhance the flavor of butter in the recipe so I used the Golden butter flavor from Ossoro.

rosette butter cookies flavour addition

At this stage start adding flour. Add it in batches as it will be easy to mix it. In total, we need 170 gm all-purpose flour. The dough for the cookies should be soft and easy to use for piping. That is why add 3 tbsp room temperature milk to the dough and mix it.

rosette butter cookies final dough

The dough is ready and now let’s fill it into a piping bag. I have used a star nozzle to make the rosette. Noor N1 or Wilton’s 1M is perfect for it.

Start piping the dough onto a lined baking tray. These will look like small Rosses. Leave some space in-between while piping as cookies will expand in the oven. Now I will bake these in a preheated oven at 160° C for 12-15 min.

rosette butter cookies before baking

After 15 minutes, the cookies are out of the oven. These are perfectly baked. These will turn golden at the edges when baked so that’s a sign of perfectly baked cookies.

Let these cookies rest for 10-15 minutes on the tray itself otherwise, these may break while lifting immediately. This 10 min of resting will help the cookies to hold the shape.

rosette butter cookies after baking

Try this simple yet amazing recipe and get all the appreciation from friends and family. You can share your feedback with me in the comments below.

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rosette butter cookies
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Resting Time: 15 minutes
Course: Snack
Cuisine: Baked
Keyword: butter cookies, butter cookies recipe, how to make butter cookies, melt-in-mouth cookies, rosette cookies butter recipe, rosette eggless cookies
Servings: 24 cookies

Ingredients

  • 170 gm All-Purpose Flour
  • 120 gm Salted Butter
  • 100 gm Powdered Sugar
  • 3 tbsp Milk
  • 1 tbsp Fresh Cream
  • 1/2 tsp Golden Butter Flavour

Instructions

  • In a bowl take 120 gm salted butter. Start whisking it.
  • Add 1 tbsp fresh cream to the butter. Continue to whisk until it’s light and fluffy.
  • Now add 100 gm powdered sugar and mix it into the butter.
  • To enhance the flavor, add ½ tsp Golden Butter flavor.
  • Add 170 gm all-purpose flour and 3 tbsp milk. Mix everythings.
  • The dough should be soft. Fill the prepared dough in a piping bag.
  • To make a rosette, Use N1 or 1M nozzle and start piping the cookies on a lined baking tray.
  • Bake these cookies in a preheated oven at 160°C for 15 min.
  • After 15 min, take the baked cookies out from the oven and let them rest on the tray itself.
  • The cookies will be crispy on cooling down.

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Notes

  1. Every ingredient in the recipe and its quantity has its own significance. Do not alter them.
  2. This recipe is a tried and tested recipe. Substitute the ingredient/s only at your own risk.
  3. You can adjust the servings of this recipe in the “Recipe Card” and all the ingredients and their measurement will automatically adjust.
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Sonia is an award-winning baking instructor and her baking courses are recognized by all baking enthusiastic. She is a Baking Instructor, Blogger, YouTuber, Author, a Social Media Influencer. Holding her forte as being one of the top baking instructors when it comes to whole wheat baking, Sonia has gain mastery in eggless and healthy baking. She has trained more than 2000 people in the last 3 years and continues to satisfy her desire to transform "HomeMakers into HomeBakers". You can follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. If you like to watch video recipes, check her YouTube Channel.

  • Thank you Sonia for the wonderful and healthy recipe, they finahed as they were made. Just thinking, can we replace all purpose flour with whole wheat flour? I know taste might be diff but what changes should be made with the ingredient amount? says:

    5 stars
    Great recipe

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